Same Day Crown With Cerec Dental

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Same Day Crown With Cerec Dental

Utilizing the sophisticated equipment of Cerec, we provide the best same day mouth restoration. Hicks Dental Group serves the Prescott, Arizona area with up-to-date cosmetic dentistry and general dentistry to give you the best dental care possible.

What is Cerec?

Cerec stands for Ceramic Reconstruction and is the latest technological equipment to provide options for same-day dental reconstruction plans. The advanced systems collaborate with your dentist to design virtual restoration through 3D imaging and CAD/CAM technology which eliminates the need for impressions. While you are just sitting in a chair, this technology designs high quality, metal-free restorations for your teeth that could include:

When it comes to ensuring your smile, eating, and speaking are exceptional, you want the best dental services. By utilizing Cerec technology, we provide several benefits to you as the patient.

Cerec Benefits

There are several major benefits to connecting with Hicks Dental Group to utilize the Cerec technology. These benefits include:

  • Metal-free, biocompatible material used in restorations
  • Same-day restorations capabilities for most procedures
  • Often lower costs than traditional, longer procedures
  • Great looking, long lasting restorations
  • Restorations done to near perfection due to the highly accurate technology

Having dentists who utilize advanced technologies is going to give you the best services and treatments for your specific needs.

Hicks Dental Group is knowledgeable, experienced, and excited to offer Cerec services to our patients. This technology allows us to give precise restorations for our patients which look great, are long lasting, and are a perfect fit for your teeth. We look forward to giving you high quality services for affordable prices. Contact us today to set up an appointment with our well-trained dentists and staff!


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